Oregon Tech is seeking applications for an Assistant Director of Business Affairs in the Office of the Business Affairs. This is a 12-month, full-time position located on the Klamath Falls campus in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Oregon Tech offers competitive salaries with excellent benefits including comprehensive healthcare, a generous retirement package, and significant tuition discounts at the seven public universities in Oregon. The successful applicant is expected to serve as the second in command of the Business Affairs Office, and tactical accounting lead for the BAO, reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Financial Operations/Controller (AVP-FO). This position serves as a partner to the academic and administrative units across the Institution and provides high-level advice and counsel to the AVP-FO. This position assists in the review, supervision and maintenance of the Business Affairs Office including the financial reporting, accounting processes and procedures, accounts receivable, cashiering, accounts payable, capital asset accounting, debt compliance, grant accounting and State and Federal Reporting as required. This position supervises the Grant & Fixed Asset Accountant (Accountant 1) position within the BAO and works closely with the Sponsored Projects Office. This individual works with our partners at the University Shared Services Enterprise (USSE) to ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Government Accounting Standard Board pronouncements that affect the University. Assists with or completes Annual Financial Statements, State of Oregon Comprehensive Financial Report (CAFR), 990-T Unrelated Business Income Tax Report (UBIT) and compliance with Bond Covenants. This is very much a hands on position.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelors degree in accounting, operations management or related qualitative field AND five (5) years progressively detailed experience in accounting. Any combination of relevant education and/or experience may be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-for-year basis. Knowledge of FASB, GASB and GAAP. Strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with an ERP system, preferably Ellucian Banner. Demonstrated competency in detail-oriented production environment.
Preferred Qualifications: CPA and/or Masters Degree in a business related field. Experience in Higher Education accounting, business office or public accounting (tax, audit, etc.). Banner Experience (FIS). Experience supervising other accountants, bookkeepers, accounting techs or similar. Grant accounting experience
How to Apply: To review the posting and apply, visit https://jobs.oit.edu/postings/3506. For questions about this position please contact Lori Harris, Search Committee Chair at email@example.com. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Oregon Tech is an AA/EEO/Vets/ADA employer.
About Oregon Institute of Technology
The Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) is an institution founded on the principles of excellence through hands-on knowledge. We believe in giving students a rigorous, practical education while applying cutting-edge concepts for real-world solutions.As the Pacific Northwest’s premier public institute of technology, we take pride in our mission to deliver technology education. We continually partner with industry leaders to ensure that our programs and classes are at the top of the board with adapting to new technology and preparing students for workforce demands.This real-world focus gives our students a competitive edge: 88 percent are either employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months after graduation. Year after year, our baccalaureate graduates earn excellent starting salaries. New graduates earn an average starting salary of $54,000 per year. We also attribute this to our dedicated professors, who provide personalized attention and are genuinely invested in their students’ learning. A total enrollment of about 4,800 allows for an intimate campus environment distinguished by small classes and a student-to-faculty ratio of 20:1. This personal approach provides many benefits of a prestigious private education at a public price.